Microsoft’s Cheap Shot At The iPad Actually Points Out Exactly Why The Surface Sucks http://techcrunch.com/2013/05/23/microsofts-cheap-shot-at-the-ipad-actually-points-out-exactly-why-the-surface-sucks/
We’ve seen numerous mobile apps designed to improve drivers’ safety on the road, but Automatic takes what may well be the most comprehensive approach to date. With the help of a small device that plugs into the car, the Automatic app monitors that car’s health, makes money-saving driving tips, remembers where the car is parked and more. READ MORE…
Very cool tech!
This looks like the way retail point if sale will go.
Both look to be amazing phones.
Who Buys All Those Google Ads? An Infographic Breakdown
Google ads have become the new Yellow Pages but what industries are making use of them and are they getting value?
This infographic is based on American companies Adwords estimated annual ad spend and it shows the top two spending retailers with a combined spend of nearly $1 Billion annually… The next three are department stores who, from all reports have not been doing so well.
Emergency AUS …a Great Aussie Innovation!
The guys from Gridstone Australia have put together the app that all smart phone users need. In fact many people who don’t have a smart phone will finally start seeing value in them thanks to this app!
This is the kind of app that is starting to show us what our mobile future will be like. It allows for us to be notified when there is an emergency near our house, our kids’ school, our workplace or our partners work.
You can now monitor the area around your elderly parents’ house and know when there is a gas leak, house fire or some other potentially life threatening situation.
Quentin Hardy for The New York Times takes a look at HP’s tough road ahead:
Printer cartridges were once responsible for over 90 percent of H.P.’s profits, but they face increasing competition from lower-price suppliers. Consumers are also using their printers less because many of the things they used to print routinely, like maps and boarding passes, are on smartphones.
90 percent?! Think about HP’s entire catalog of products and how insane that is. Suddenly, HP sounds like the Middle Eastern empire that is scrambling to figure out other businesses for when the oil is gone.
I’m also reminded of this.
90%!!!!! You have to be kidding! This is a disgrace and shocking for the environment with the wastage.
When eBay, Pepsico and Google need to kick-start innovation, here’s what they do…
I saw this guy talk last week and he is without a doubt the best presenter I’ve ever seen!
His book is well worth your time too…
Randi Zuckerberg spoke to SBS while at #ACBC12 about the ethical challenges in social media